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Why not? As long as you are organized, keep track of deadlines, and allow enough time to finish each job, you will increase your productivity by working on things you feel in the mood to work on. The 3 To-Do Lists You Should Keep The key component of my personal productivity system is a series of lists I keep on my computer. In fact, I have so many lists, that I have a file called "Lists" to keep track of them! That way, I make sure the set of lists I review each day covers every one of my tasks.

Do not be afraid to take on challenges and try new things. "In order to succeed at almost anything, it's necessary to risk failure at various times along the way," advises Dr. Joyce Brothers in her newspaper column (New York's Daily News, April 10, 1996). "If you stay committed, your dreams can come true," says Michael Blake, who wrote the movie Dances With Wolves. "I left home at 17 and had nothing but rejections for 25 years. " Enjoy Your Work The majority of Americans really dislike their work.

If you're not willing to pay it, there's a limit to what you can do. Set realistic, but ambitious, goals. Do not be afraid to take on challenges and try new things. "In order to succeed at almost anything, it's necessary to risk failure at various times along the way," advises Dr. Joyce Brothers in her newspaper column (New York's Daily News, April 10, 1996). "If you stay committed, your dreams can come true," says Michael Blake, who wrote the movie Dances With Wolves. "I left home at 17 and had nothing but rejections for 25 years.

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